FIB Champions Cup

FIB Champions Cup
Status active
Genre sporting event
Date(s) September
Frequency annual
Country Sweden
Inaugurated 2004 (2004)

FIB Champions Cup (or Edsbyn Champions Cup) is an international (pre-season) bandy tournament held annually in September on indoor Dina-Arena in Edsbyn, Sweden from 2004[1] when 8 strongest clubs from Sweden (6 from Elitserien) and Russia (2) competed for the cup for the first time. Next year the format was changed expanding the number of participants to 12 (eight Swedish and four Russian). Russian champions Vodnik (in 2005) and Dynamo Moscow (2005, 2007, 2009) did not participate in the tournament – vacancies were filled by other Swedish clubs, and, once by Tornio (ToPV) (2005) from Finland.


2004 Russia Vodnik Sweden Edsbyn
2005 Sweden Sandviken Russia SKA Neftyanik
2006 Russia Dynamo Moscow Russia Zorky
2007 Sweden Edsbyn Russia Zorky
2008 Russia Dynamo Moscow Sweden Edsbyn
2009 Russia Dynamo Kazan Russia Zorky
2010 Russia Zorky Russia Dynamo Moscow
2011 Russia Zorky Sweden Bollnäs
2012 Russia Zorky Sweden Edsbyn
2013 Russia Dynamo Moscow Sweden Edsbyn
2014 Sweden Bollnäs GIF Russia Dynamo Moscow
2015 Russia Dynamo Moscow Russia Zorky


  1. "Bandy: Edsbyn förlorade finalen" (in Swedish). Expressen. 26 September 2004. Retrieved 30 September 2015.
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